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Monthly charity appeal programme which aims to raise awareness for charities across the country and abroad.
Long-running British reality programme in which two teams of amateur antiques collectors are give one hour to spend £300 at a trade fair and then sell their bargains at an auction - with a profit.
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The dealers bid on a 1970s musical drinks decanter and a collection of WWII memorabilia.
As organisations like the National Trust open up to visitors again, Ellie Harrison is at Charlecote Park in Warwickshire, one of the great estates of the Elizabethan era. She's rolling up her sleeves to help with Britain's oldest managed flock of Jacob sheep and visits a working Georgian water mill that's busier than ever, supplying the lockdown baking boom. Dwayne Fields investigates the challenges facing members of the BAME community living in the countryside, and Adam is judging entrants in an online livestock show.
Football - FA Cup
Antiques show in which a team of experts travels around Britain and invites local people to have their collections evaluated.
Anna's suspicion is aroused as Lydia prepares to host a party; Lauderback is blackmailed.
MOTD2 Highlights from today's Premier League match between Watford and Southampton, along with the goals from yesterday's West Midlands derby between Aston Villa and Wolves.
MOTD: FA Cup Highlights
To most fans around the world Brazil and Argentina's World Cup wins in 1970 and 1978 were wonderful football stories. But to the people of these two nations there was a hugely significant political context to these tournaments. Both nations won the World Cup while suffering under repressive military dictatorships. And in both cases these violent military juntas used their successful football teams to help improve their image around the world. For many football fans Brazil's 1970 World Cup winning team remains the greatest ever. While the scenes from the River Plater stadium of ticker tape cascading down onto the joyous Argentinian team remains one of the most evocative in footballing history.
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